Here is a list of supplies that may be useful to you during treatment. These links are not an endorsement of any vendor, and are provided as a suggestion.
Not all cats will need items on this page!
For syringes, a 3cc luer lock syringe is fine, although kitties with doses higher than 3 mL may need a 5cc syringe. In either case it is important to make sure you choose luer lock syringes, as that will prevent the needles from accidentally popping off.
3 cc luer lock syringes at Amazon
5 cc luer lock syringes at Amazon
It is extremely important to weigh your cat regularly as you go through treatment. A pet or baby scale can make this easier. Here is one that has worked well for people:
Useful for monitoring your cat's temperature. There are many choices out there, here's one:
Vicks SpeedRead Digital Thermometer at Amazon
If your kitty is dehydrated you may wish to ask your vet about administering sub-cutaneous fluids.
You can also encourage hydration with products like Purina Hydracare.
High value treats are great for distraction, bribery, and giving pills. For many cats, Churu is a great motivator or distraction, but go with whatever your cat likes!
Churu at Amazon
Sharps Disposal Container
A sharps disposal container can help you safely dispose of needles.
An inexpensive sharps container on Amazon